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Vacancy for companion animal veterinarian (first line) in The Netherlands

Updated: Nov 18, 2022

Vetwork has good agreements with several clinics and animal hospitals in the Netherlands on job offers for vets from abroad. Much attention is paid to housing, education and working conditions. Are you interested in an adventure abroad? Discover the possibilities. What kind of work will you do? You will be working in a medium-sized clinic for companion animals. In the Netherlands, an average veterinary team consists of two veterinarians and six to eight para veterinarians. So there is plenty of support. And there are opportunities for consultation. You provide first line consults (this could include sterilizations, remove bumps and dental treatments) and participate in work meetings. Benefits of working as a companion animal veterinarian in the Netherlands - Good salary - Safe and pleasant Dutch culture - High quality veterinary medicine - Fully equipped veterinary clinics - You get time to develop yourself further Where will you be working? Vetwork is looking for veterinarians in the whole of the Netherlands: from the north to the south. We will discuss with you a suitable place to live and the opportunities that match your ambitions. Why via Vetwork? Vetwork supports you throughout the whole process: from the first meeting to the first day of work in the Netherlands. But even after that, you can count on our coaching and help. We support you in finding a house. About the Dutch language Most clinics do not require you to have a command of the Dutch language. However, it can help you speak the Dutch language in your social life. Your employer usually gives you time during working hours to learn the language. Apply directly Send an email to info@vetwork.nl.




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Helena Vins Seman
Helena Vins Seman
Feb 21

To whom it may concerns,

Do you accept veterinary technicians? I graduated from veterinary high school, but I didn't have the opportunity to work in the profession. Do you have an opening for this position?

Kind Regards,


Helena Vinš Seman

helena.vins.seman@gmail.com


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